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Report on the sanitary condition of the city of Edinburgh

Edinburgh. Medical Officer of Health.

Report on the sanitary condition of the city of Edinburgh

with relative appendices, &c., by Henry D. Littlejohn.

by Edinburgh. Medical Officer of Health.

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Published by Colston in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsLittlejohn, Henry Duncan, Sir, 1828-1914.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 120, 72 p. :
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20714399M

It has been remarked, as a defect in the General Report on the evidence as to the sanitary condition of the labouring population, that it did not comprise any examination of the evidence as to the effects produced on the public health, by the practice of interring the .   Littlejohn, Henry D. Report on the Sanitary Condition of the City of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Colston and Son, Edinburgh: Colston and Son, Google ScholarAuthor: Martin Willis.

  WaterAid Edinburgh present 'Auld Reekie: Slums, Sewers and Shitscapes' - A collection of short talks depicting Edinburgh's escape from its unsanitary past. . Sanitary Conditions in Bombay in the s: Andrew H Leith, Report on the General Sanitary Condition of the Bombay Army (); Annual Report of the Sanitary Commissioner for the Government of Bombay (); Edward Lugard, Instructions to Commanding, Medical, and Other Officers of the Army () Volume 2: Sanitary Reform in the Provinces A.

Insanitary City: Henry Littlejohn and the condition of Edinburgh by Paul Laxton and Richard Rodger AcSS is published in large format hardback, pages, illustrated, £ ISBN There is a special offer using code (quote INSANPF) and the large format book . [External Resource] Report of the Council of Hygiene and Public Health of the Citizens' Association of New York upon the sanitary condition of the City The report includes instructions to the physicians who served as public health inspectors and were each assigned to assess the sanitary conditions and diseases in a particular ward in New York City.


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Report on the sanitary condition of the city of Edinburgh by Edinburgh. Medical Officer of Health. Download PDF EPUB FB2

But as Paul Laxton, co-author along with Richard Rodger of a recently published book on 19th century public health in Edinburgh has discovered, the copy of Dr Henry Littlejohn’s Report of the Sanitary Condition of the City of Edinburgh in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow library is undoubtedly a rare book, one of only Author: Carol Parry.

InHenry Littlejohn was appointed to the newly created position of Medical Officer of Health (MOH) for Edinburgh. Three years later, he published a Report on the Sanitary Condition of Scotland’s capital city, then home to more thanpeople. It is a remarkable document, not least because it was the first to grapple with the sanitary puzzle of Edinburgh on a comprehensive basis.

Sir Henry Littlejohn was Police Surgeon and Medical Officer of Health for Edinburgh. He researched, wrote and published the seminal Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh in Dr.

Littlejohn’s report was a landmark in urban management and public health administration. The Lancet described it as ‘monumental’.5/5(2). Internet Archive BookReader Report on the sanitary condition of the City of Edinburgh, with relative appendices, &c. [electronic resource]. Full text of "Report on the sanitary condition of the City of Edinburgh, with relative appendices, &c.

[electronic resource]" See other formats. Insanitary City: Henry Littlejohn and the Condition of Edinburgh, by Paul Laxton and Richard Rodger. Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh ().Reviews: 3. Dr Henry Littlejohn's Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh () was a landmark in public health administration, with a significance far beyond the boundaries of Edinburgh.

This book reproduces the complete, original Report, and describes fully its pivotal role in the development of public health management in Victorian cities. Michael Fry's "Edinburgh: A History of the City," as one might expect, begins with the city's ancient history (Stone and Bronze Ages) and proceeds through to the dawn of the 21st century.

The book abounds in facts concerning people, locations, policies, events, etc. Thousands of facts presented in a time-ordered by: 3. Co-authored and arranged by Paul Laxton and Richard Rodger, Insanitary City: Henry Littlejohn and the Condition of Edinburgh provides the first account of the genesis and reception of this landmark document, before Littlejohn’s Report is presented in the form of a facsimile.

So, context then text: this, of. Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Gt. Britain by and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The ‘Report on the Sanitary Condition of the City of Edinburgh’ was published in33 years before the creation of The University of Edinburgh Chair of Public Health ().

Four years after that the Usher Institute of Public Health opened its doors (). Dr Henry Littlejohn's Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh () was a landmark in urban management and public health administration. The Lancet described it as 'monumental'.

The Report had a significance far beyond the boundaries of Edinburgh and his meticulous research produced penetrating insights into the links between poverty 5/5(3).

Notes: Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index. Facsimile container of: Littlejohn, Henry (Henry Duncan), Report on the sanitary condition of the city of Edinburgh.

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Dr Henry Littlejohn's Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh () was a landmark in urban management and public health administration. The Lancet described it as 'monumental'. The Report had a significance far beyond the boundaries of Edinburgh and his meticulous research produced penetrating insights into the links between poverty 4/5(2).

(with Paul Laxton) Insanitary City: H. Littlejohn and the Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh () (Carnegie Publications, ).

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Littlejohn and the Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh, 5/5(1). "The Health of the City of Edinburgh:, and ", is a celebratory symposium marking the th anniversary of the report on the Sanitary Condition of the City of Edinburgh in by the first Medical Officer of Health, Sir Henry Littlejohn.

Books. Richard Rodger, Insanitary City: H. Littlejohn and the Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh () (Carnegie Publications, ) with Paul Laxton.

Richard Rodger, Edinburgh's Colonies: Housing the workers (Argyll Press, ) Richard Rodger, Environmental and Social Justice in the City: Historical Perspectives (White Horse Press, Cambridge ), pp (ed with G.

Massard. The Rehousing/Relocation Issue in an Early Slum Clearance Scheme: Edinburgh Show all authors. P.J. Smith. Report by the Subcommittee of the Lord Provost's Committee as to the Sanitary Improvement of the City. Edinburgh: Printed for the Town Council Report on the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh.

Edinburgh: Colston and Son Cited by: 5. Henry Littlejohn is the doctor who campaigned in to bring running water and better conditions to the poor people of Edinburgh.

He was an amazing man with 3 sons and 10 daughters, became Edinburgh’s first police surgeon, was Edinburgh’s first Medical Officer of Health, was one of the inspirations for Sherlock Holmes (along with Joseph Bell), co-founded the Royal Hospital for Sick.Sir Edwin Chadwick KCB (24 January – 6 July ) was an English social reformer who is noted for his leadership in reforming the Poor Laws in England and instituting major reforms in urban sanitation and public health.A disciple of Utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham, he was most active between and ; after that he held minor positions, and his views were largely ignored.Report of the committee to whom it was remitted to suggest a plan for affording relief to the labouring classes in the city and suburbs / Published: () The sanitary condition of the laboring population of New York with suggestions for its improvement: a discourse (with additions) / .